Recognizing National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

September 27, 2022

National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, requires us to reflect openly and honestly on the reality of Canada’s colonial past and present. As we honour the Survivors of residential schools, mourn the children who never returned home, and grieve for the devastating impact on their families and communities, we invite you to join us in committing to concrete steps and actions in support of true reconciliation. To help us reflect upon and commemorate the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, we have included below a list of courses, webinars and events offered by WCM’s sponsor and partner firms. 


Canaccord Genuity is proud to be a Leadership Circle Member of Indigenous Works and to have co-sponsored their Panel Conversation with Indigenous Thought Leaders “A Courageous Conversation about Reconciliation”. You can register for ongoing webinars through until June 2023 at: Thought Leadership Webinars

PwC Canada invites Canadians to participate in 4 Seasons of Reconciliation, an online training course that was developed in partnership with Reconciliation Education and the First Nations University of Canada. It promotes a renewed relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous peoples living in Canada through transformative learning about truth and reconciliation. PwC Canada staff and partners will be competing this course on National Truth and Reconciliation Day.

As part of the 4 Seasons of Reconciliation eLearn, PwC Canada staff and partners are watching Economic Reconciliation, the first film on economic reconciliation in Canada. It features Indigenous and non-Indigenous leaders sharing their work and insights on economic reconciliation and the TRC's Call to Action #92. 


On September 30, TMX will feature on its outdoor display (100 Adelaide St. in Toronto) the Stock Market Opening Ceremony with IRSSS (Indian Residential School Survivor Society).  

Waratah Capital Advisors LTD invites Canadians to visit the Cedar Basket Gift Shop – Toronto’s only Indigenous-owned and operated store – located within the Native Canadian Centre of Toronto. The store brings the opportunity to provide training for youth in the retail industry, while promoting authentically handmade products and the arts of First Nations, Inuit & Metis people. It features a wide selection of handcrafted jewelry, carvings, basketry, beadwork, moccasins, and original art. 

Note: the store will be closed on September 30. 

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